University of Missouri

Leadership Development

Office of Student Engagement


Lead Peer Educator Workshops

The Lead Peer Educator (LPE) Workshops are based on a diverse group of topics that students, faculty, staff, businesses and organizations have requested. We aim to provide educational and engaging workshops in order for participants to gain greater awareness of self and others. We have strategically created workshops and presentations to combine theoretical background with practical application activities as to best meet the needs of LPE participants. All presentations will be presented by staff and Lead Peer Educators from the Office of Leadership Development.

We believe in tailoring our workshops to our audiences. We intentionally develop interactive workshops that include discussion, active participation through guided activities and transferable instruction so that session attendees can utilize skills gained at the session in their future endeavors. We understand our role to provide a forum for learning and personal development and aim to create that environment in all workshops.

Requesting a Workshop

We ask that you please submit LPE presentation requests at least 2 weeks in advance of your preferred date. After you submit your request you will hear back from an office staff member confirming the details of your workshop. Request a workshop.

Cost of a Workshop

All prices are based on 1-hour workshops but may vary based on length of workshop and the nature of the request.

  • MU Students – A minimal materials cost may apply.
  • MU Staff/Faculty/Office – $5 per person/hour (additional costs may apply depending on workshop requested).
  • Custom Workshop – requests for a custom workshop that we do not already have created will incur a fee.
  • Multi-Workshop – requests for multiple workshops may incur a fee.
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Lead Peer Educators

Applications Available mid-March

Students in this role are trained to facilitate a variety of LPE workshops throughout the campus community. If you are a Mizzou student interested in building your presentation and facilitation then you might want to explore the opportunity to become a Lead Peer Educator.  The selection process for Lead Peer Educators typically takes place early in the fall semester.

For more information about this role or requesting a workshop, please email